Houston Hosts NCAA Mens Final Four 2023

Houston Hosts NCAA Mens Final Four 2023


NCAA Mens final four 2023

The NCAA Mens Final Four is the pinnacle of college basketball. Next year, 68 teams will battle for the championship title.

The tournament will kick off March 14-15 in Dayton, Ohio with the First Four games. Following that, it will move onto Houston for the Final Four.


Houston is known for its love of sports, and this year's NCAA Mens Final Four 2023 promises to be no different. NRG Stadium in Houston will play host to two national semifinal matches and the championship final on April 1 and April 3, 2023.

The announcement that the championship games will be coming to Houston is an exciting development for both the city and four local universities. This marks the first time four Division 1 institutions - Houston Baptist University, Rice University, Texas Southern University and the University of Houston - will host the Final Four simultaneously.

Mr. Gavitt, senior vice president of basketball for the NCAA, believes that hosting college basketball events in Houston will add an extra layer of energy and excitement. He applauded both the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority and local organizing committee for their hard work in making Houston a more welcoming host for such events.

Additionally, the NCAA will continue to offer fans a selection of free and low-cost activities during March Madness in Houston. These events include the March Madness Music Festival, Fan Fest, and Final Four Dribble.

KHOU 11 is proud to support these exciting events in Houston! For the second consecutive year, we are teaming up with Capital One to offer an exclusive fan experience at 2023 Men's Final Four Fan Fest presented by Capital One at George R. Brown Convention Center! At our booth, fans can meet our on-air team!

Let us make your sports dreams come true when you join us for the 2023 NCAA Men's Final Four in Houston! Our 2023 NCAA Men's Final Four travel packages offer hotel accommodations, pregame events, tickets to the games, gameday transportation and more to ensure an unforgettable experience.

Houston will host the NCAA Men's final four, as it was previously the site of three previous Final Fours and boasts numerous talented local colleges and universities. Throughout the tournament, over 150,000 people are expected to descend upon Houston; especially for both national semi-finals and the championship final when some of America's best teams battle for glory.

Las Vegas

Vegas has long been known for its wild nightlife, but the city also offers top-notch sports activities. It hosts several NCAA basketball championships and boasts three major professional teams such as the NHL's Vegas Golden Knights, NFL's Las Vegas Raiders and Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Las Vegas Aces.

March Madness is one of America's most beloved sporting events, and a successful bid to host the NCAA Mens final four in 2023 could bring $150 million in tourism revenue to the local area. This money can be invested into hotels, restaurants and tourist sites alike.

As the inaugural site of the NCAA Men's final four in 2023, Las Vegas hopes to make an impact on basketball fans worldwide. With its strong connection to college athletics and reputation for sports betting, it makes Las Vegas an ideal host city for these championships.

Las Vegas has earned a reputation as a sports event hub by hosting not only NCAA conference basketball championships but also Formula 1 Grand Prix and Super Bowl LVIII. This has given the city an excellent reputation as a prime location for major sporting events.

The city has hosted championship rounds for several NCAA member conferences, such as the Mountain West Conference, Pac-12 Conference, West Coast Conference and Western Athletic Conference.

Additionally, Las Vegas has hosted both the NFL Pro Bowl and NHL All-Star Games. Furthermore, it will host Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix in 2023 as well as Super Bowl LVIII in 2024.

Sports wagering continues to flourish in Sacramento, and this announcement serves as further proof of its rise. Now the city can submit bids to the NCAA for nine pre-set championship events across Division I, II and III sports through 2026 after the NCAA abolished their policy prohibiting states offering sports betting from hosting tournament games.

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is thrilled to mark an exciting new chapter in their destination's history, as previously they were prohibited from hosting championships until last year when the NCAA overturned that restriction.

Las Vegas was chosen by the NCAA to host their basketball event, further cementing its position as a premier sports destination and creating "The Greatest Arena on EarthTM", capable of providing an unforgettable basketball experience for guests. This is an opportunity to highlight all that Las Vegas has to offer and its excellent hospitality.


Detroit, the birthplace of Motown Records, is also one of America's biggest sports cities. It's home to the Detroit Pistons, Little Caesars Arena and Michigan State University Spartans - who will host the NCAA Men's Final Four in 2023.

Detroit has a longstanding association with basketball, having hosted its inaugural tournament in 1939. Since then, Detroit has hosted five NCAA Mens Basketball Regionals and will once again host the NCAA Men's final four in 2023.

At the time of Detroit's bid, former Mayor Dave Bing had spearheaded an extensive rebuilding program. With its population declining by approximately one-fourth over the past decade, Bing sought ways to relocate people into more stable communities.

He was ultimately successful in diverting city funds away from distressed neighborhoods, aiding the city to recover.

With the selection of the NCAA Mens final four for 2023, Detroit can now capitalize on its strengths in sports and its reputation as a great host for large-scale events. In addition to hosting the NCAA tournament, Detroit also secured the NFL draft and will host the NFL All-Star Game in 2024.

Representatives from Detroit and the NCAA made a number of arguments why they thought Detroit was an ideal host city for this event. These included its history as host to multiple NCAA Women's Basketball Regionals for several years, as well as Ford Field stadium's iconic status among American stadiums.

Furthermore, Detroit was selected to host the 2024 NFL Draft - one of sports' biggest events that will draw tens of thousands of fans to the city. This selection has further cemented Detroit's position as a sports travel destination.

Detroit was selected through a collaborative effort between the city and its partners - which included the Detroit Sports Commission, Visit Detroit, Ford Field, Michigan State University, Detroit as a whole, Quick Lane Bowl and Lions football. This commitment to teamwork reaffirmed NCAA commitment to making Final Fours in the Midwest region.

AT&T Stadium in Arlington

AT&T Stadium, home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, is one of the world's most beloved and recognizable sports venues. Not only do you get to watch your favorite team play here but it also hosts numerous other sporting events and concerts as well. With 80,000 seats or up to 105,000 with standing room capacity, AT&T Stadium provides an unforgettable sports experience like no other.

Arlington's new stadium opened its doors in 2009 on the site of what had previously been Texas Stadium. This cutting-edge sports and entertainment complex serves as the focal point of Arlington's downtown area.

Since its completion, the stadium has hosted numerous high-profile events such as the Cotton Bowl Classic and Big 12 Championship Game. It also hosts numerous rock and pop concerts like PBR Global Cup or Greg Laurie's Harvest America.

AT&T Stadium is an impressive sporting venue with its retractable roof, making it the ideal place to watch your favorite team. Football fans or music aficionados alike will find AT&T Stadium to be an unforgettable experience.

During the design phase, stadium designers sought to create a building that would give fans an immersive experience from all sides. To this end, they included several innovative features like a large videoboard that stretched across one 20-yard line to the other.

In 2009, the stadium unveiled the world's largest LED videoboard. Fans seated in the upper rows could admire it from all sides of the field.

AT&T Stadium is renowned for its expansive stadium seats that are fastened onto long aluminum rails fixed to the concrete grandstands. These seats can be squeezed closer together, allowing the Cowboys to expand the seating section during big games such as the Super Bowl.

AT&T Stadium, designed by HKS, has been the site of many memorable events for years in Dallas/Fort Worth's metroplex. Not only does it provide thrilling sports experiences to locals and visitors alike, but its iconic entertainment experience should not be missed on any visit to Dallas/Fort Worth. A visit to AT&T Stadium should definitely be on any visitor's itinerary when visiting this beloved destination.

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